Splendor Game

Splendor Game Rules

Splendor Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $30.00
Playing Time: 30 min.
Ages: 10+
Players: 2 - 4

If you like jewelry and gems then this game is for you. Players attempt to make beautiful jewelry by collecting chips (which are gemstones) and use them to get development cards. Each game is different so the strategy is constantly changing.

Clever gameplay quickly becomes a race to the finish as players attempt to outsmart each other and gain the game winner title. Give Splendor a try today and have fun with your friends or family.

In Splendor, the player with the most prestige points is declared the winner.

You'll get 40 tokens, 90 development cards and the official Splendor game rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Splendor rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Splendor.

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Virginia says:

Can you exchange tokens for other colors on your turn? I canít find this in the rules but the people I play with say you can. Also, can you exchange a token for a gold to reserve? Also is it true you can reserve a card from the draw pile? I saw this on some rules. TYIA!
Richard says:

Some people interpret the max gem rule to mean that you can exceed 10 as long as you finish with 10 after returning gems of their choice (not just some or all of your section choices during your turn). What say you?
Steve says:

I saw this being played and although the theme is a little dumb the game play looked pretty fun and strategic. Little pricy for what it is.
Jared says:

I saw this on a review site and it sounded ok. I just glanced through the game rules and it seems like learning how to play would be a bit challenging. Maybe I'm more of a quick card game type of person.
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